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Jun
17
comment In Dispensationalism what rule determines applicability of a scriptural demand?
@BobJones - In some way the OT divisions, I mean the extreme parts about Israel in OT and her future to come, is just to support the Revelation approach. The divisions of covenants, OT, NT is really not that new or different from, for example, Luther. I do not think in general that the dispensation idea is to avoid requirements in the past. I think that allegory, where not natural, and taking things too literally, both effect faith and the effect of commands. However this issue is not the deciding factor of whether one follows God's commands. It's just one area that needs balance.
Jun
16
revised What does Matthew 18:8-9 say about eternity?
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Jun
16
revised In Dispensationalism what rule determines applicability of a scriptural demand?
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Jun
16
awarded  Commentator
Jun
16
answered In Dispensationalism what rule determines applicability of a scriptural demand?
Jun
16
answered Silence of the idols and silence of the people before Yahweh in Habakkuk 2:18-20
Jun
16
comment Are there intra-textual supports for a politicized reading of Revelation?
@J.T. - just ordered the book on amazon. After I read it I may make a second attempt on an answer, Cheers.
Jun
15
answered What does Matthew 18:8-9 say about eternity?
Jun
15
answered Does Peter intend to identify the Pauline Epistles as canonical?
Jun
15
accepted Pagan hairstyle forbidden in Leviticus 19, who had it?
Jun
14
revised Humankind divided up among the gods?
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Jun
14
answered Humankind divided up among the gods?
Jun
14
asked How would stoning of an adulterer actually be carried out under the Law of Moses?
Jun
13
comment Does Peter intend to identify the Pauline Epistles as canonical?
good question! I fully accept Pauls writings as God's word, but when I have quoted this verse for proof to others I doubt the evincing nature of my own argument Hope someone can bring their linguistic skills to this.
Jun
13
awarded  Self-Learner
Jun
13
comment Was there an eclipse just before Jesus died?
@Jon - I added an alternate ash-cloud theory that may be more in-line with what your were fishing for. not sure if this is an original view or not.
Jun
13
revised Was there an eclipse just before Jesus died?
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Jun
13
comment Using literal hermeneutics how does one determine if a demand is made on the reader?
@Bob, I am not sure I understand what you mean 'create a demand' I deciphered it from Jon's comment. Maybe with this clarified I will more fully appreciate what you are saying, as I do not yet see where we have a different opinion.
Jun
13
revised Using literal hermeneutics how does one determine if a demand is made on the reader?
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Jun
13
answered Using literal hermeneutics how does one determine if a demand is made on the reader?